Coming up this month: two food-related fundraisers for worthy causes, and the reopening of the “Independence Beer Garden,” at 6th and Market.
“We’ve been telling students to just either silence their phones, turn it off, or give it to the person in the car with you,” one student leader advises.
Hadas reports on several entertaining food events coming up soon in Philadelphia.
The fastest texter won a scholarship to court reporting school.
Gregory Harris was a Penn doctoral student studying the “Occupy” movement when he was tackled and arrested by a Philadelpha police officer.
Women with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Women’s Ordination Conference stood across the street from the Basilica of Ss. Peter and Paul, calling for the ordination of women as priests in the Catholic Church.
Three new restaurants are opening in Philadelphia to welcome the change of season.
Hundreds of Temple University students took part in the school’s fourth annual walk to raise awareness about sexual assaults, sexual violence, and the street harassment of women.
High school students in the dance department of Philadelphia’s Creative and Performing Arts High School were treated to a special master class Thursday afternoon.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on a new Korean BBQ restaurant in Chinatown, a new cheesesteak shop in Fishtown, and a food truck festival coming to Lincoln Financial Field.
The 67th annual Delaware Valley Science Fairs takes place next week at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.
The calendar might say it’s the first day of Spring, but the weather in Philadelphia says otherwise.
Museum curator Stacey Swigart says “Imagination Playground” gets its name from the giant foam-block play system developed by architect David Rockwell.
The Philadelphia-based Food Trust heads the new initiative, called “Get Hype Philly.”
A cooking competition by female chefs for the Philadelphia-based “Women Against Abuse” is among the events on tap in the next couple of weeks.